Norsemen win two triangulars
The boys’ triangular in Jewell, April 17, was a 45-degree day and the course still had snow in areas. But the boys played well with the temperature and course conditions.
Roland-Story won with 167, followed by West Marshall 181 and South Hamilton 183. Medalist was Will Larson with a 40, runner up was Tyler Risdal with a 41. Other team member scores: Carson Ehrenberg 42, Nick Stole 44, Mitch Shorkey 49, and Max Halstead 52.
R-S JV also participated. Team scores, were R-S 203, South Hamilton 216. The R-S JV team was led by Derek Hartzler who was also the JV medalist with a 49, runner up Ryan Streit and Grant Berends with a 51, Luke Jones 52, Braydon 54 and Steven Berends 56.
The boys’ home triangular April 20 was the first warm day of the season, and the boys played well.
Team scores: RS 173, North Polk 181, Greene County 197. Elijah Block from Greene County was the medalist with a 37, runner up was Tyler Risdal with a 40. Other team scores, Will Larson 40, Max Halstead 44, Nick Stole 46, Carson Ehrenberg 51, and Mitch Shorkey 52.
R-S JV also participated. Team scores were RS 192, North Polk 240, Greene County 243. The R-S JV team was led by Derek Hartzler who was also the JV medalist with a 46, runner up was Landon Greiner with a 48, Steven Berends 49, Austin Hoffs 49, and Braydon Flattebo 53.
The Grundy Center 18-hole Invite, April 21, had eight teams participating.
“The team played well for the first 18-hole event of the year. It’s difficult to beat Grundy at their home course,” said Coach Mike Risdal. “The boys played well and placed second.”
Grundy Center came in first with a 334, R-S second with a 345. Runner up medalist was Will Larson with an 80, Tyler Risdal ties for 4th with an 84, Carson Ehrenberg 89, Nick Stole 92, Max Halstead 96, and Mitch Shorkey 103.